An on again off again project, Waverly was born from the minds of writing team of Geoff Howe and Mel Hartenberger. The overall idea of the group is spontaneity, so the songs are usually written spur of the moment, and recorded much in the same style. More often than not first takes are kept to retain the freshness of the songs, also ensuring that a stress-free time is had by all. All Waverly songs are joint compositions between Geoff and Mel, as are the arrangements and production. Waverly came... Topic: Waverly
Waverly, the man of versatility. He has elevated the true meaning of praise while singing songs such as victory. Waverly's passion for worship causes others to enter into the presence of God like never before. Check out the MP3's and forward your comments. We would love to come and minister in your town. Topic: Waverly Kelly
Marty Ford leading RVCC's 7-27-08 worship celebration... Trent Pekkala - stage right guitar Luke Francis - stage left guitar Mason Good - bass Jordan Purpero - drums Zack Pfiefer - keys Calley Murray - vocals Topics: river, valley, community, church, waverly, ohio, worship, celebration, marty ford
A commercial made for BooksOnCampus.com by Waverly Films, the producer of the latest two Fatboy Slim music videos. It's ridiculous, watch it. Topics: booksoncampus.com, textbooks, books, waverly, films, funny, video, commercial, computer, bookstore
I have aquired copies of the original architectural drawings for THE WAVERLY HILLS SANATORIUM from 1924 by DX Murphy, and the renovation plans by Luckett & Farley from 1962. These blueprints detail all five floors as well as the access tunnels below the main hospital building. It took me years to track these down and acquire them. They are a part of Louisville history and belong to the people. These are for historical reference only. Enjoy. Topics: Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Floor Plans, Waverly Hills Sanatorium Floor Plans, Elevation Drawings, DX...
Clipping from the Tri-Town News from an article by Charles J. Decker featuring the reproduction of an 1895 newspaper ad about bicycles. "The Way We Were" No. 139. Topics: Afton NY, Afton, Charles J. Decker, TriTown News, bicycles, Eagle & Waverly, 1895